Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I use Surveilr?

Surveilr is the better option for gathering compliance proof through machine attestation, which is why you should use it. Code, test results, emails, issues/tickets, and wikis are examples of machine attestation artifacts that Surveilr’s agent can use to conclusively demonstrate adherence to security, privacy, safety, and regulatory compliance policies—as opposed to human attestation, which depends on trust and manual processes. Through the use of this method, people can verify information more quickly and accurately by avoiding the need to complete forms, respond to emails, or take up time in meetings. Compared to conventional human-based approaches, Surveilr’s machine attestation technology offers a dependable and automated means of verifying policy compliance, hence improving security and regulatory adherence.

How do I install Surveilr?

We have provided a detailed guide on how to install surveilr on your machine (Linux, Windows, and MacOS ), find it here.

How do I use Surveilr?

We have provided a comprehensive guide on how surveilr can be used to gather machine-attested compliance evidences from different Work Product Artifacts (WPAs) across a wide variety of disciplines. Here's an example of how software engineers make use of surveilr.

Will my data such as emails be tracked by Opsfolio?

No, Opsfolio does not track personal information, including emails, at any point in time. All data processed by Surveilr is stored in a Resource Surveillance State Database (RSSD) that is stored locally on the client's machine, and not connected to any of our cloud databases.

If my data is tracked by the company, how can I trust that my data is safe?

We do not track your data, so you can be rest assured your data is safe.